Baptisms this month in the Ness Group

We would like to welcome the following baptism families

into the worldwide church. 

Sunday 10th July at 12.30pm we welcome Luke Green

as he is baptised at St Firmin Church, Thurlby.

Sunday 17th July at 12 noon we welcome Cody Morgan-Kay as he is baptised at St John the Baptist Church, Baston

And at 1pm we welcome Jake Mytton and Sian Mytton as they are

baptised at St Michael and All Angels Church, Langtoft.

Sunday 24th July at 12 Noon we welcome Jordan Clark

as he is baptised at St john the Baptist, Baston

Please pray for the parents, Godparents and families as they have their children baptised.

Bacon Butty Morning – Saturday 16th July – 10am – 1pm

St Michael’s Church, Langtoft will be holding their monthly Bacon Butty morning in church.   Bacon butties, Cake stall, Tea, coffee, Lucky dip table.  All Welcome.

Music For A Summer’s Evening – Saturday 16th July – 7pm

St Michael’s Church, Langtoft have been given a great opportunity to have an evening of classical music in their church featuring a young  Canadian brother and sister duo with piano accompaniment.  The Concert is from two visiting Canadian musicians, Karim and Salma Khakimov, who will be playing classical music from Bach to Piazzola. £7.50 and please bring your own refreshments, on a summers evening, what could be nicer?  Tickets are available from – Debbie Howard, East Dean House, East End, Langtoft:  01778 343576 or Claire Naylor, 19 East End, Langtoft:  01778 343717.

Mothers’ Union – Tuesday 19th July – 3pm to 5pm

There will be Strawberry Teas at Eden Cottage, 79 Northorpe, Thurlby, all proceeds to The Mothers’ Union Summer of Hope Appeal – bringing education and love to families in underdeveloped parts of the world.  Tickets £5 Adults and children are free.  Everyone welcome.

We welcome anyone who would like to join us and for more information about the Mothers’ Union please  ring Patsy on01778 423505.

Repair Café – Sunday 31st July – 2pm to 5pm

St Firmin Church, Thurlby will be holding their very popular Repair Café in the Church Hall.  A meeting place to come and repair your broken items, seek professional advice and get inspiration and it is completely FREE.  So bring along something to repair or just come and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and a piece of delicious cake.  For more information please ring Mary Trumble on 01778 423500.